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Lecture 3

ANAT 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Facial Skeleton, Coccyx, Greek Mythology


Department
Anatomy and Cell Biology
Course Code
ANAT 101
Professor
Richard Oko
Lecture
3

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Axial Skeleton
Posture
Protection for organs
Consists of
oSkull
overtebral column
othoracic cage
Skull:
palatine process – roof of mouth
vomer – nasal septum
foramen magnum – “large hole”; where spinal cord is located
ethmoid bone – smell
stella turcia – saddle
crista galli – “rooster’s column”
Cavities
cranial cavity – brain
orbits – eyes
nasal cavities
oral cavity – mouth
paranasal sinuses – hollow bones; lined with mucous membrane
oehtmoidal air cells
omaxillary
ofrontal
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